The photo was taken from the Story Walk at Cassie Campbell Park featuring Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox by Danielle Daniel.

Brampton Library has partnered with the City of Brampton's Community Events Team to bring you Story Walks.

Enjoy, at your convenience, great stories selected by library staff along the paths of some of Brampton's most beautiful parks. Check this page regularly as locations change every few weeks. We look forward to sharing our Story Walks with you! 

Participating Parks:

Batsman Community Park, Cassie Campbell Park, Chinguacousy Park, Creditview Sandalwood Park, Loafer’s Lake Park, Peel Village Park

Story Walk at Batsman Community Park

From July 26 - August 19th you’ll be able to read The Bat by Elise Gravel

To start, head to the red star marked on the map.

Story Walk at Cassie Campbell Park

From July 26 - August 19th you’ll be able to read Rain Boy by Canadian author Dylan Glynn.

To start reading, head to the red star marked on the map.

Story Walk at Chinguacousy Park

From July 26 - August 19th  you’ll be able to read 2021 Blue Spruce Nominee Fast Friends by Heather M. O’Connor. 

This Story Walk begins at the Pavillion marked by the red star on the map.

Map of Chinguacousy Park

Story Walk at Creditview Sandalwood Park

From July 26 - August 19th, tweens, teens, and adults are invited to participate in our Escape Game at the Park!

To start reading, head to the red star marked on the map.

Story Walk at Loafer’s Lake Park

From July 26 - August 19th  you’ll be able to read Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox by Danielle Daniel. 

To start reading, head to the red star marked on the map.

Map of Loafer's Lake Park

Story Walk at Peel Village Park

From July 26 - August 19th  you’ll be able to read Say Something! by Peter H. Reynolds.

To start reading, head to the red star marked on the map.

Thank you to the City of Brampton, Groundwood Books, Penguin Random House, Scholastic Inc., Chronicle Books, LLC and Raincoast Books for their support.

We would like to acknowledge the Story Walks are held on the Treaty Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and before them, the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Huron and Wendat. We also acknowledge the many First Nations, Metis, Inuit and other global Indigenous people that now call Brampton their home. We are honoured to live, work and enjoy this land.

More Story Walks to come:

We will continue to rotate our Story Walks in these parks until October 1, 2021.

Enjoyed the Story Walk? Tag us at @BramptonLibrary with your photos! 

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